Parks meeting tonight at 7:00

The Diamond Heights Community Association has scheduled a Special Community Meeting for Diamond Heights and Glen Park residents to learn about the Park Bonds Measure on the November ballot.  The San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department will do a presentation on the measure.  


The meeting will provide an opportunity for us to learn the Rec and Park process for inclu! ding parks and playgrounds in the measure. There is a possibility that funding may be available for new play structures for Christopher Playground, the Glen Park Recreation Center and Douglass Playground.  

WHEN:  Thursday, March 15th at 7 pm  ! ;  WHERE: St. Aidan’s Church (enter from Diamond Heights Blvd)!

Parking is permitted in the parking lot next to Safeway. Please help get the word out about the meeting by forwarding this message to persons who may be interested.&nbs p; A good attendance will provide a measure of support for funding for! our neighborhood parks.

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  1. Unfortunately it’s too short notice to attend, but I think the issue of the so called “Natural Areas Program” is going to heat up very quickly. I’ve been following the San Francisco Forest Alliance, and am quite concerned that (1) the NAP has a program to cut down nearly 20,000 trees in San Francisco because the are “non-native” or simply don’t look good, and (2) why would the City spend that discretionery money when CCSF and other vital groups are going to lay off desperately needed staff.

    This looks like a good issue to right about because I suspect it’s going to be a major fight.

    Joel

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